Supply Line: Seven In-Room Streaming Solutions for Hotels

Essential product knowledge for the hospitality industry.

1Secure Streaming

BeyondTV GuestCast

Hotel Internet Services’ BeyondTV GuestCast solution offers an affordable and advanced device to guestroom television casting platform that ensures guest data is fully protected at all times. Easy to install and operate, BeyondTV GuestCast is compatible with more than 1,000 mobile-based apps and leverages device isolation capabilities to prevent sensitive data from being shared with others.

2DIY Entertainment

Evolve, DISH Business

Designed around the viewing habits of today’s hotel guest, the EVOLVE entertainment solution from DISH Business is personalized by guests and powered by their content. EVOLVE pairs live TV, apps, and streamed content with an intuitive user experience that makes content discovery and accessibility both fast and easy.

3HBO on Tap

HBO Bulk

HBO offers something for everyone. There are new movies every 
week, plus the latest, most addictive shows, family favorites, and more.

4Gaining Streams

Enseo TV Streaming

Enseo’s four-in-one platform features in-room entertainment, delivering the latest streaming apps including Netflix, YouTube, Hulu, Pandora, and more. 
Additional platform 
features include 
high-speed internet, 
an employee safety system, and energy 
management solutions.

5There’s the Ticket

Direct TV

DIRECTV provides customizable, 
scalable solutions for properties of 
all sizes nationwide. This television 
provider offers a variety of programming packages and is the exclusive provider 
of NFL Sunday Ticket.

6Wake Up Call


The HW4 is a Qi wireless-charging 
Bluetooth audio bedside stereo alarm 
clock with speakerphone. With two 
high-powered USB ports and a 
wireless charging pad, guests can 
charge up to three devices at once. 
Alarms are easy to set, and the device 
has a single-day alarm feature.

7Interactive Solutions


The Allbridge Entertainment in-room entertainment experience, which is powered by MCOMS, goes beyond basic linear content. Unlike hotel televisions that are used like guests’ home versions, this TV powered by MCOMS delivers an interactive TV solution with features to help guests enhance their stay, including streaming services, property information, and e-Concierge services.



This edition of Supply Line originally appeared in the February 2019 issue of LODGING. To be featured in Supply Line, please email Don Serfass.

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